Second phase of the Juba Reconciliation Conference opens in Kismayo
Addis Ababa, 29 April 2014 (WIC) - The second phase of Juba Reconciliation Conference officially opened in Kismayo, the capital of the Interim Juba Administration on Sunday (April 27).
The conference is expected to last for the next two weeks and is organized by the Federal Government and the Juba Administration in accordance with the Addis Ababa agreement of last year.
Members of the Somali Federal parliament, Ministers, and elders and representatives from local communities are participating.
The meeting was opened by General Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail ‘Fartag’, Vice President of the Interim Juba Administration who called it an “historic moment” for the people of Juba. (MoFA)
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